The hilltop fortress town that cut itself off from the world — and coronavirus

The hilltop fortress town that cut itself off from the world — and coronavirus





The town of Zahara de la Sierra in southern Spain is used to fending off enemies, and now it’s taking on coronavirus. The Moors and Christians fought over it in medieval times, and it was sacked by the French in 1812. Its formidable position high above the Andalusian countrysidemakes it an invaluable asset.








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